Computer Lab H Drive Ending in 2017

Students

Support for computer lab H drives on campus is ending after spring semester, 2017. We recommend using W-Exchange's OneDrive for storing personal files. OneDrive provides an enhanced file storage experience by providing the ability to easily share and access your files from your personal devices via desktop sync, mobile apps and the web interface.

To transfer the files stored on your computer lab H drive to your OneDrive, please follow the instructions at wmich.edu/helpdesk/bnidfileshare. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please visit the Technology Help Desk located on the second floor of the University Computing Center or call them at (269) 387-4357, option 1. Your files will be available to migrate until Oct. 31, 2017.

Faculty and Staff

Support for Bronco NetID fileshare* will end after Oct. 31, 2017. We recommend using W-Exchange's OneDrive for storing personal files. OneDrive provides an enhanced file storage experience by providing the ability to easily share and access your files from your personal devices via desktop sync, mobile apps and the web interface.

To transfer the files stored on your computer lab H drive to your OneDrive, please follow the instructions at wmich.edu/helpdesk/bnidfileshare. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please visit the Technology Help Desk located on the second floor of the University Computing Center or call them at (269) 387-4357, option 1. Your files will be available to migrate until Oct. 31, 2017.

*Bronco NetID fileshare is used by most people in the student computer labs, or via the vpn.wmich.edu website and should not be confused with the H drive provided by your department.

Why OIT IS not migrating files for YOU

We wish we were able to migrate the files on the Bronco NetID fileshare for you, but due to the complexities, there was no feasible method for us to do so. 

Access to the Bronco NetID fileshare will be available until Oct. 31, 2017, we recommend you move your files to OneDrive now. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please visit the Technology Help Desk located on the second floor of the University Computing Center or call them at (269) 387-4357, option 1.